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  • Keisha the Sket is truly a crucial part of not just Black Brit literature, but British literature as a whole.

    Bolu Babalola
  • Our literary foremother.

    Candice Carty-Williams
  • Keisha the Sket accidentally decolonised literature.

    Black Ballad
  • 'Reading Keisha the Sket as an adult makes me swoon at the richness of its nostalgia.

    Caleb Femi
  • British answer to Gossip Girl.

  • Keisha the Sket has united a nation and rebirthed a generation of readers who were gripped by the tale of a 'top sket'.

    The Face
  • Keisha The Sket feels like an old friend.

    Tolly T
  • A raw portrayal of teenage lust.

    The Observer
  • A cultural phenomenon.

    Rolling Stone Magazine
  • I'm not sure if we knew it at the time, but KTS was decolonising and demystifying literature for a generation.

    Theresa Ikoko

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